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Book Talk - To Build a Better World

The Kissinger Center hosted a small book talk dinner with Dr. Philip Zelikow, SAIS students, academics, and practitioners to discuss his new book

Panel Discussion: America and the Future of Great Power Competition

Please join the Kissinger Center on October 2 at 5:00pm in Bloomberg 272 at the Johns Hopkins Univeristy Homewood campus for an afternoon discussion with Former Deputy Secretary of Defense

Panel Discussion: American Foreign Policy in the Trump Era and Beyond

Join the Kissinger Center for a lunchtime discussion of US Foreign Policy under Trump with four SAIS professors

Carnegie Squares Session with Dr. Tamara Cofman Wittes

Junior Scholars in our Carnegie International Policy Scholars Consortium and Network met to discuss the future of US Foreign Policy in the Middle East in our first virtual seminar of the semester.

The 2019 IPSCON Minnowbrook Conference

Junior scholars gathered at the Minnowbrook retreat center in Blue Mountain, NY for a four day conference centered on mentorship developing policy-relevant research.

Kissinger Center Research Workshop with Liviu Horovitz

The Kissinger Center hosted a workshop with DAAD post-doctoral fellow Liviu Horovitz on his working draft, "Guns, Butter and Votes: A Theory of American Military Primacy and the End of the Cold War."

A Conversation with Wolf Blitzer

Francis J. Gavin, Giovanni Agnelli Distinguished Professor and Inaugural Director of the Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs moderated a discussion with Wolf Blitzer.

2019 Future Strategy Forum

The Kissinger Center, in partnership with CSIS, held its second annual Future Strategy Forum conference on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.

Book Talk: The Lessons of Tragedy with Dr. Hal Brands

Henry A. Kissinger Distinguished Professor, Hal Brands discussed his latest book, The Lessons of Tragedy: Statecraft and World Order

Nuclear Studies Research Initiative (NSRI)

The Kissinger Center hosted its inaugural NSRI workshop with leading scholars in history, political science and nuclear science to discuss the future of nuclear related research in grand strategy, science and other disciplines.